A stack train heads west across the Conemaugh River on the Sang Hollow Extension just west of Johnstown, PA.
Working westbound toward into the evening light, the NS 201 rounds the bend and splits the 366.4 signals. They will continue toward Bristol and tie down in at the office till a new crew arrives.
Auto racks booming past the old depot which has been pulled off the ROW (note space between team track and building) and now serves as a community center.
Last light of day, the blast of a horn, and a train across the Mohawk. Thanks to RP member Gary Schermerhorn for hipping me to this location.
NS 194 has just come off the Hurt Connection from the former VGN and is now leaning into thelast few ray of sunlight as he heads south of the fromer Southern. Canon EOS 50D
A Norfolk Southern train charges back to West Virginia for more coal.
The sun has all but disapeared behind the trees as 22W reaches the top of the mountain.
NS 22A heads west down the main, it's crew just a few hundred feet from the yard office and a few hours off.
NS 9732 leads a long manifest into Enola yard.
The area around CP Leets is undergoing a major change, soon a new bridge and ramp over the tracks will be complete, altering the landscape of this popular spot on the Fort Wayne Line.
NS 20T passes thru Jeannette, PA.
A WB grain train that is 100% Norfolk Southern, engines and cars (well, except for that nasty NREX unit!)
A very short train today.